New research links racism to a heritable personality.
"The quality of life in Norway is already unequally distributed. And the marginalized groups are going to increase in the wake of the Corona pandemic," says Ragnhild Bang Nes. She has conducted research into what makes us happy.
Schizophrenia and bipolar disorder are highly hereditary diseases. But is it possible to predict who will get them? That is one of the aims of Associate Professor Lars Tjelta Westlye, who is now to receive the Anders Jahre Prize for Young Scientists.
Emotional Regulation Following Acquired Brain Injury: Associations With Executive Functioning in Daily Life and Symptoms of Anxiety and Depression
Oct. 19, 2020
To examine whether a questionnaire measuring emotional regulation after acquired brain injury adds clinical information beyond what can be obtained with a comprehensive executive function questionnaire and an anxiety and depression measure.
Moved by Observing the Love of Others: Kama Muta Evoked Through Media Fosters Humanization of Out-Groups
Oct. 12, 2020
People often view out-groups as less human than their in-group.
The effects of cognitive abilities and task demands on tonic and phasic pupil sizes
Oct. 5, 2020
Previous studies on individual differences in pupil size of healthy individuals and their relation to performance have been inconclusive.
The embodied listener: a dyadic case study of how therapist and patient reflect on the significance of therapist’s personal presence for the therapeutic change process
Sep. 28, 2020
There is a need to understand more of the dyadic processes in therapy and how the therapist’s ways of being are experienced and reflected upon by both patient and therapist.